CLEEN Foundation in June 2008 moved to her new office complex (CLEEN Foundation Resource Centre) in Lagos. In futherance of her mission to promote public saftey, security and justice through empirical research, legislative advocacy and demonstration.. more
Our conference room is available for your business meetings, workshops, seminars, trainings e.t.c, with a seating capacity of up to 50 persons. A public address system with 2 cordless microphones, mulimedia projector, visual system presenter, DVD more
BUILDING CIVIL-STATE PARTNERSHIPS IN SECURITY ISSUES
Many of the major events of 2012 in the country shaped CLEEN's work in the year. Amongst them was the organisation of a parallel and complementary Civil Society Panel on Police Reforms in Nigeria (CSO Panel) facilitated by CLEEN in response to the Federal Government's inauguration of yet another committee on reform of the Nigeria Police Force. The Panel paid attention to those salient issues often times overlooked by government committees on police reforms. Prioritising public consultation and participation in the reform process amongst its strategies, the panel organised public hearings and consultations with key stakeholders across the.....Read more.
EXTERNAL POLICE ACCOUNTABILITY AND THE POLICE SERVICE COMMISSION
All over the world, the principal agency charged with the responsibility of internal peace and security of nations is the Police. As a result, a lot of powers
are given to the police to enable it perform its duties. The police wield enormous powers in the performance of its duties, if this power is not
subjected to mechanism of accountability, the rights and freedom of citizens can be adversely affected. The overwhelming powers of the Police to carry
out surveillance, arrest, investigation, search, seizure, interrogation, detention, bail and prosecution in order to enhance their capability to guarantee the fundamental human rights and freedoms of citizens requires no doubt a
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POLICE STATION VISITORS’ WEEK 2012 REPORT OF RESULTS
The sixth edition of the edition of the Police Station Visitor' Week (PSVW) was conducted from 3rd to 9th of December 2012 in Nigeria. 897 visitors participated; 483 of them were female while 414 were male. 262 police stations were visited in 14 police state commands namely Abia, Abuja-FCT, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo, Kaduna, Kano, Kastina, Lagos, Niger, Rivers, Zamfara states.The visitors were sent in groups or teams; each team made up of an average of three persons. The team leader was responsible for coordinating the visit includin writing narrative reports in line with the narrative report guideline by Altus....Read more.
CRIMINAL VICTIMIZATION, POLICING AND GOVERNANCE IN NIGERIA
Crime victimization survey provides valuable information for understanding the extent, trend and pattern of crime victimization in a community or nation. It also provides data on the nature and perception of crime and disorder problems. Crime victimization surveys provide the government with information on citizens’ perception of the quality and problems of security, policing and governance. The principal aim of this survey is to generate reliable data on crime victimization, fear of crime, feeling of safety, policing and governancein Nigeria that can be used to develop and implement policies and strategies that will promote effective security and criminal justice ....Read more.
OPERATIONALIZING INTELLIGENCE LED-POLICING IN NIGERIA
Law enforcement agencies in various parts of the world are currently witnessing serious challenges from organized crimes, insurgencies and terrorism. In Nigeria, the crime situation is worrisome because every geo-political zone is witnessing various types of violent crimes and conflicts. In the South-South Zone, armed robbery, kidnapping, sabotage of petroleum production facilities by militant youths led by the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) are prevalent.The South East and South West are noted for organized crimes including drug and human ....Read more.